2009 Kenyan Premier League champions Sofapaka have parted ways with head coach Ken Odhiambo.
Odhiambo joined the Nairobi-based side in January 2021 following the departure of John Baraza but poor results this season has seen the club show him the door.
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In a statement, Sofapaka said of the move: “Sofapaka FC would like to announce that we have parted ways with head coach Ken Odhiambo on mutual consent. David Ouma has been elevated to the position of head coach with immediate effect.”
The club further thanked Odhiambo for his services and insisted that they will be fighting to finish among the best five teams in the league.
“The club would like to thank Ken Odhiambo for his time with Sofapaka FC and wishes him all the best in his future endeavors.
“In the interim, the club will continue the fight to end the season in the top five of the league. The president and the club will make further announcements about the issue in due course.”
Batoto ba Mungu are currently placed 13th in the league with 27 points after 22 games.
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